Trinidad and Tobago

No vindication for opposition leader says Dr. Keith Rowley

In a media release today, the Prime Minister says the privy council ruling is no vindication for Mrs. Kamla Persad Bissessar and her government.

He says because of the ruling persons charged with criminal offenses will be made to face trial, despite attempts to do otherwise.

The following is the full release from the office of the Prime Minister.

Police kill suspected bandit.

A man suspected of robbery has been shot and killed by police officers on Monday evening.
CNC3 understands that a party of officers responded to a report of a robbery with violence in which a white Hyundai Tucson was stolen from Malabar extension home in Arima.
A search was conducted, and the vehicle was spotted along Rattan Street, Kelly Village, Caroni.
As officers approached the vehicle, a man was seen walking towards it officials claim they ordered the man to stop. However, he began to run.

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